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Taking Responsibility TAGS: | | | | At the end of this week’s Parsha we come across an interesting story. A man, born to a Jewish mother (from the Tribe of Dan) and an Egyptian father, gets …Continue reading →

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I am, therefore I must think. TAGS: | | | | | | | Descartes was wrong. He said “I think, therefore I am,” but in this week’s Parsha we see otherwise. This week, we have a double Parsha of Vayakhel and Pekudei. In …Continue reading →

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Interconnected Pieces TAGS: | | | | [This  Dvar Torah is based on an idea I heard from Rabbi Yaakov Hillel when he was in Los Angeles a few months ago.] This week’s parsha discusses the construction …Continue reading →

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Don’t be a donkey TAGS: | | | | This week’s Parsha is filled with many events such as the last three plagues, the Mitzvah of Rosh Chodesh, and Tefillin and much more. But today we are going to …Continue reading →

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“…the remaining camp shall survive” TAGS: | | | | VaYishlach 5770 “Jacob became very frightened, and it distressed him. So he divided the people with him, and the flocks, cattle, and camels, into two camps. For he said, ‘If …Continue reading →

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Famine TAGS: | | | | This week’s portion brings us to the life of Avram. Avram obeys G-d’s command to leave his place of dwelling, and eventually arrives at Canaan. After Canaan, we are told that Avram …Continue reading →

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